Food and Wellness Supports
Food Banks in Newfoundland and Labrador
Click here for a listing of contact information for food banks located in your area.
Grenfell Campus: students at the Grenfell Campus requiring food supports over the holiday break can contact Jana Walsh at email@example.com
Campus Food Bank
Click here for contact information for Memorial’s Campus Food Bank
Newfoundland and Labrador Community Food Helpline - Call 811
Access to basic information about food programs in their community, including referrals to food banks and meal programs. Healthline operators can also refer callers who require additional support, such as help with an online grocery order or a meal delivery service, to the Community Food Helpline, which is staffed by the Jimmy Pratt Foundation and Food First NL. SeniorsNL is providing database support for this service.
People who are Deaf, hard of hearing, or have other communication disabilities, and who need support to access food, can reach out to the Newfoundland and Labrador Association of the Deaf by text or Video Relay Service, at the Deaf Connect Line at (709) 699-7022.
Delivery services may also be available for those who are unable to travel to a location where they can access food.
18 Springdale Street, St. John’s
Tel: (709) 739-0290
Hot meals will continue to be served based on the regular weekly schedule
The Food Bank will reopen on December 28, 2022
172 Military Road
Phone: (709) 753-3234
MASKS ARE MANDATORY
Any individual 26 years of age and over can avail of the supports offered. The Gathering Place offers in house dining and take away for those who would prefer to eat out.
The Gathering Place will be serving Christmas Dinner on: Wednesday, Dec. 21; Lunch time – 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Individuals may also avail of other supports. For many guests, The Gathering Place is their only safe place to go. Some come for a meal or a shower. Others come for medical or dental care or a place to sit and rest. Recently an emergency overnight shelter has been implemented for those who have no place to go.
For more information on Choices for Youth, see below: